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Florida man arrested for playing basketball naked – WFLA
A Florida man is facing an indecent exposure charge after police found him playing basketball naked at a park in Seminole County. Longwood police were called to Candy Land Park on Sunday night for a man who was not wearing clothes walking around the park. Responding officers say they found Jordan Anderson naked and playing basketball on the park’s court. When asked what he was doing, police say Anderson told them he was working on his basketball skills. Police say the man put his clothes back on when asked.
No date set yet for reopening westbound Jefferson Barracks Bridge; traffic tie-ups continue – STLToday
St. Louis police confiscate ATVs, make arrests – Fox2Now
A Bride Gets Upset After a Guest Shows up with 10 Tupperware Containers – 6ABC
Nebraska farmer caught in grain auger uses pocket knife to sever what’s left of his leg – Omaha
Woman suffers freak groin injury after being flung from jet ski – NYPost
16% of People Have Been High on Weed at Work – RemedyReview
Anthony Weiner pops up outside Bronx halfway house after prison release – NYpost
Comedian TIM CONWAY from “The Carol Burnett Show” died yesterday morning. He was 85. Conway had been suffering from dementia and was unable to speak after undergoing brain surgery last September. Tim’s first big break came alongside ERNEST BORGNINE in the sitcom “McHale’s Navy” from 1962 to 1966. The two would reunite years later as the voices of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy on “SpongeBob SquarePants”. (Tim was Barnacle Boy.) But it was “The Carol Burnett Show” that made him a superstar in the ’70s, alongside Carol, Vicki Lawrence, and Harvey Korman . . . who had a hard time keeping a straight face when Tim was rolling. (Like in the classic “Dentist” sketch.) His classic characters on the show included Mr. Tudball and The Oldest Man. He also did a string of comedies with DON KNOTTS, including “The Apple Dumpling Gang” and its sequel, and the highly underrated murder mystery “Private Eyes“. And in the ’80s he reinvented himself as Dorf, a little guy in a bad toupee who starred in a series of instructional sports videos. Until recent years, Tim did a lot of TV guest appearances.
Felicity Huffman broke down in court on Monday while officially entering her guilty plea in the college admissions scandal. People reports the actress looked somber when she showed up to court in Boston, holding her brother’s hand. The actress began weeping while addressing Judge Indira Talwani. Huffman was explaining that her daughter had been seeing a neuropsychologist since age 8 and getting extra exam time since she was 11. She added, however, that her daughter and the neuropsychologist had nothing to do with the scheme. Huffman reportedly took a full minute to gather her composure after breaking down about her daughter. Prosecutors have recommended four months in prison for the actress.
Stan Lee’s business manager has been charged with committing elder abuse against him. Keya Morgan allegedly abused Lee before he died last November at age 95. Morgan was charged with five counts of elder abuse, including false imprisonment, forgery and fraud. A warrant has been issued for Morgan’s arrest. The dude’s lawyer denies everything. He has had previous issues with the law. In June 2018, he was arrested on suspicion of filing a false police report. And in October 2018, Morgan accused Lee’s daughter J.C. of elder abuse, which father and daughter both denied.
After getting arrested by U.S. Marshals at Miami’s Rolling Loud festival on Saturday, Kodak Black has now been indicted on charges of attempted acquisition of a firearm and making false statements. Authorities accuse Mr Black of lying on firearm applications to buy guns at a Florida store named Lou’s Police Distributors. He allegedly listed that he wasn’t facing any other serious criminal charges when he went to purchase a gun. Plus, he didn’t mention he had a criminal case pending.” He is now facing 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
Terry Bradshaw has apologized after making racially insensitive comments about Ken Jeong. CNN reports the former NFL star put out a statement after making the offensive comment during a Fox presentation on Monday. Bradshaw had been talking about his time on The Masked Singer when he mentioned the judges, Robin Thicke and Jeong. Bradshaw said, “Unfortunately, I was kicked off by Alan Thicke and the little short guy from Japan.” I havne t checked in a while but I believe Alan Thicke became dead in 216. Maybe Robin Thicke, and Ken Jeong is from Detroit. In his statement, Bradshaw wrote, “I made an insensitive remark today about Ken, who I’ve known for some time. I’ve spoken to him about the importance of cultural respect and apologized for my offensive comments. I would also like to apologize to the Asian-American community for my insensitivity.”
Twitter: It’s where evil lives. JAMES CORDEN found that out recently, when he revealed a “Game of Thrones” spoiler on his show. And someone on Twitter posted… “It’s f— up you can’t even watch TV without a fat f— spoiling something… Luckily I got to see it before this, but seriously I hope his kid gets cancer.” Corden Tweeted…”Well I saw your hope for my son. My hope for yours is that they never get to read that their mother or father would wish cancer on any child as ‘a joke.’ “Because however you defend it to them, they’ll never be able to understand how you could do such a thing.”
Fox is going through a lot of changes because the bulk of the former Fox . . . including its production studio . . . was sold off to Disney, which owns ABC. So it’s not a surprise that this year’s schedule is heavy on sports and reality TV. The shows Fox canceled include: “The Cool Kids”, “The Gifted”, “Gotham”, “Lethal Weapon”, “Love Connection”, “The Passage”, “Proven Innocent”, “Rel”, and “Star”. The singing competition show “The Four: Battle for Stardom” is in limbo . . . as well as the game show “Mental Samurai”. And the fates of Fox’s summer shows like “So You Think You Can Dance” and “MasterChef” won’t be decided until after their upcoming seasons air. Fox recently acquired “WWE Smackdown” from the USA Network, and since it’s a two-hour show, it’ll fill their Friday primetime lineup for all 52 weeks of the year. Fox also has “Thursday Night Football”, which knocks out Thursdays in the fall. So, during football season, Fox is only programming EIGHT hours of primetime entertainment, which is even less than the CW. There is a “9-1-1” spin-off called “9-1-1: Lone Star”, which will star Rob Lowe. There’s a new animated show called “Bless the Harts“, about a poor but happy group of Southerners, voiced by Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph, among others. It’ll air after “The Simpsons”, which makes sense. Plus, there’s another animated comedy coming after the New Year called “Duncanville” about the adventures of a “spectacularly average” 15-year-old boy named Duncan. Amy Poehler voices him and his mom. And there’s a third animated comedy which also has a “Parks and Recreation” connection. It’s called “The Great North”, and it stars Nick Offerman as an Alaskan single father named Beef Tobin. He better have a sweet mustache. There’s a law enforcement drama called “Deputy” starring Stephen Dorff . . . A futuristic sci-fi thriller called “Next” where a powerful A.I. goes rogue . . . A drama called “Not Just Me” starring Brittany Snow and Timothy Hutton . . . And finally, a sitcom called “Outmatched“, where a blue-collar couple is trying to raise four kids . . . three of which are “certified geniuses.” It stars Jason Biggs.
There’s one notable non-scripted show. It’s called “Ultimate Tag”, and it’s kind of what it sounds like. A, quote, “high-octane physical competition show based on the classic playground game of chase.” It’s hosted by JJ Watt of the Houston Texans and his brothers TJ of the L.A. Chargers and Derek of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Fox recently renewed “Empire” for a sixth season . . . and now they’re saying it’ll be the LAST one. And no, there are still no plans to bring back Jussie Smollett. The other shows they ARE bringing back include: “9-1-1”, “Bob’s Burgers”, “Family Guy”, “Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back”, “Hell’s Kitchen”, “Last Man Standing”, “MasterChef Junior”, “The Orville” . . . “Paradise Hotel”, “The Resident”, “The Simpsons”, which is entering its 31st season, and “The Masked Singer”, which will air TWICE . . . once in the fall, and once in the spring. The second one will premiere after the Super Bowl.
The shows ABC CANCELED include: “The Alec Baldwin Show”, “The Fix”, “For the People”, “The Kids Are Alright”, “Speechless”, “Splitting Up Together”, “Take Two”, and “Whiskey Cavalier”. They’re still undecided on these: “Castaways”, “Child Support”, “Dancing with the Stars Juniors”, “The Gong Show”, “The Great American Baking Show”, “The Match Game”, and “The Proposal”. Summer shows like “The Bachelorette” and “Celebrity Family Feud” will have their fates decided after their upcoming seasons. As far as new shows…there’s a drama produced by 50 Cent called “For Life”. About that Isaac Wright, Jr., a wrongfully convicted drug kingpin, who was eventually exonerated and became a lawyer. There’s the latest “Black-ish” spin-off, “Mixed-ish“. This is a prequel, following a young version of Tracee Ellis Ross’ character Rainbow Johnson in the 1980s, when she grew up in a suburban mixed-race family. It’ll air just before “Black-ish” on Tuesdays. The other spin-off, “Grown-ish”, airs on Freeform. There’s a drama called “Stumptown“, which is an adaptation of a graphic novel. It stars Cobie Smulders as an army veteran with a complicated love life, gambling debt, and a brother to take care of in Portland, Oregon. And there’s a standard family sitcom called “United We Fall” . . . where Jane Curtin plays the mother-in-law, who lives with the family. ABC also ordered a revival of “Kids Say the Darndest Things” . . . but Bill Cosby is a little tied up at the moment . . . so Tiffany Haddish is hosting. In other ABC news, the network has added three more years to Jimmy Kimmel’s contract. And ABC says that next year’s Academy Awards ceremony will probably go WITHOUT a host again . . . since it worked so well this year. “Dancing with the Stars” will be back in the fall with “changes to the format”.
ABC renewed “The Conners” for a second season a few weeks back but they now want a full season of 18-22 episodes. This year, it only had 11 episodes . . . but it was a big hit, averaging 9.5 million viewers to rank as the season’s #1 new comedy. Other shows ABC is bringing back next season include: “20/20”, “America’s Funniest Home Videos”, “American Housewife”, “American Idol”, “The Bachelor”, “Black-ish”, “Bless This Mess” . . .”Dancing with the Stars”, “Fresh Off the Boat”, “The Goldbergs”, “The Good Doctor”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “How to Get Away with Murder”, “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”, “A Million Little Things”, “Modern Family” . . . “The Rookie”, “Shark Tank”, “Single Parents”, “Schooled”, and “Station 19”.
The “Hollywood Reporter” has a list of shows that will be ending after one final season. Here are the eight biggest ones:
1. “Empire”, Fox. It’s sixth season will be its last.
2. “Modern Family”, ABC. It’s 11th season will be its last.
3. “Criminal Minds”, CBS. It’s 15th season will be its last.
4. “Blindspot”, NBC. It’s fifth season will be its last.
5. “Supernatural”, The CW. It’s 15th season will be its last.
6. “Arrow”, The CW. It’s eighth season will be its last.
7. “Suits”, The USA Network. It’s ninth season will be its last.
8. “Schitt’s Creek”, Pop / CBC. It’s sixth season will be its last.
The Simpsons might be the longest-running primetime scripted series ever but that didn’t stop it from experiencing an all-time low in ratings during Sunday’s season 30 finale. It only attracted 1.44 million viewers, which is low for any Fox show. Its rating for adults aged 18-49 was also the lowest its been with a paltry 0.5. Fortunately the network has already signed on until season 32.
VANNA WHITE and PAT SAJAK have been working together on “Wheel of Fortune” for 36 years, and they’ve only ever had ONE argument. It was over, quote, “putting ketchup on a hot dog.” Vanna puts mustard and ketchup on hers, but Pat prefers just ketchup . . . which Vanna thinks is WEIRD. Vanna can’t really deny she’s got the easiest job in TV, but she says it’s not as easy as everyone thinks it is . . . quote, “Six shows a day in five-inch heels, it’s hard work.” Vanna also made it known that she’s behind “Jeopardy!” host ALEX TREBEK in his battle with cancer. She says, quote, “We’ve known each other for over 30 years, of course. “And even though he’s on a different show, we’re still the same family so I’m there and supporting him and praying for him.”
Everybody wants to know who’ll be the next James Bond. But maybe that choice should have been made sooner. Because the current Bond, DANIEL CRAIG, just injured himself. Running. He was filming a scene in Jamaica when it happened, and now production on the 25th bond flick is on hold. A source says, quote, “He was sprinting during filming when he slipped and fell quite awkwardly. He was in quite a lot of pain and was complaining about his ankle.” Craig is 51, which really isn’t THAT old.
Don’t you hate it when youre at a concert just trying to smoke pot and listen to some music and some old man tells you to knock it off because he is allergic? What if it’s the lead singer of The Who, Roger Daltrey and he IS allergic and calls you out from stage? For the first time ever, the same song is sitting at #1 on all four Billboard rock airplay charts at the same time. The Black Keys’ “Lo/Hi” moved from #2 to #1 on the Alternative Songs chart dated May 18, while continuing to hold the top spot on the z Mainstream Rock Songs, Adult Alternative Songs and Rock Airplay charts. That feat also makes “Lo/Hi” the fifth song to have topped the Adult Alternative Songs, Alternative Songs and Mainstream Rock Songs charts, following the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Dark Necessities” and “Dani California” (2006), Green Day’s “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” (2004-05) and The Wallflowers’ “One Headlight” (1996-97).
Andy Murray is 32. Tennis stud.
Ray Lewis is 44.
Dan Patrick is 63.
George Brett is 66.
Madeleine Albright is 82. Former Secretary of State.
Today’s BURTON BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY….the man was a Woodstock icon. He actually inspired Ben & Jerry to make an ice cream flavor named after him. His real name is Hugh Romney…but you may now him by his hippie persona….Wavy Gravy is 83 years young today.
Today’s birthday girl has been on her back more than a guy on the lawn who over did it at a concert….and has proven it in 114 fine films including:
- Crème De La Face Volume 2
- Double Air Bags
- Harness Hannah
- Older and Stacked
- Sleaze Please
- Top Heavy Teasers
- And who could forget…her unforgettable role in….Very Milfy
CHANTE is 46 YEARS OLD
After a huge goal from Robert Bortuzzo, the Blues picked up a huge 4-2 win over the Sharks in San Jose in Game 2 to even the series up a game a piece. Now, game 3 is tonight at Enterprise Center. Defense has been huge for the Blues. Vince Dunn, Joel Edmundson, Alex Pietrangelo, and Robert Bortuzzo combined for 5 points in Monday’s win. Puck drop tonight from Enterprise Center is at 7PM.
Last night, in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Boston Bruins won 2-1 over the Carolina Hurricanes and are now up 3-0 in that series. The Bruins can move on to the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a win on Thursday at 7PM.
The Cardinals made a statement last night in their series opener with the Braves. They picked up the 14-3 in grand fashion. Yadier Molina, Marcel Ozuna, Kolten Wong, and Dexter Fowler all went deep for the Cardinals. Yadi, Wong, and Ozuna all had 3 RBI nights. Jack Flaherty picked up the win. Tonight, the series continues at 6:20 with Michael Wacha getting the start.
Last night in the NBA, the Golden State Warriors, without Kevin Durant picked up the 116-94 win over the Trail Blazers. Tonight, the Raptors and Bucks get their series started. Tip off is at 7:30PM.
Also of note in the NBA, the draft lottery was last night. Everyone tuned in to see if the New York Knicks would be getting the #1 pick and essentially sealing the deal for Zion Williamson. Well, that didn’t happen. The Knicks actually got the #3 pick – which is still good – but they did not get the #1 overall pick which went to the New Orleans Pelicans. The Top 5 is: New Orleans, Memphis, the Knicks, the Lakers, and the Cavs.
Boston Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale struck out a career-high 17 batters against the Colorado Rockies last night, doing it in seven innings at Fenway Park before being taken out of the game after 108 pitches. Sale became the first pitcher in major league history to strike out 17 in a start of no more than seven innings. Despite Sale’s performance, Boston lost 5-4 to the Rockies in 11 innings.
Since being called up, after hitting about 8 gagillion homers in the minors, everyone has been waiting for Vlad Jr to hit his first major league homerun. And last night…he did just that….and then some.
Police are looking for as many as eight suspects after about 80 shots were fired into the home of Indianapolis Colts assistant coach Parks Frazier. Witnesses told investigators that eight young males pulled up to the house in multiple vehicles and opened fire. No residents were home at the time of the shooting. According to the police the back door of the home was also kicked in and several more rounds were fired into the house from there. Both handgun and rifle casings were found in the street in front of the house. Police found a cell phone belonging to one of the suspects at the scene. No arrests have been made as of Tuesday afternoon. Frazier joined the Colts coaching staff in April of 2018 as an assistant.
Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco has no plans to focus on taking rookie quarterback Drew Lock under his wing this season. Speaking to reporters after Denver’s first day of organized team activities Monday, Flacco said his priority is winning games, not mentoring the Broncos’ second round NFL draft pick. “I got so many things to worry about. I’m trying to go out there and play good football. I’m trying to go out there and play the best football of my life. As far as a time constraint and all stuff, I’m not worried about developing guys or any of that. That is what it is, and like I said, I hope he does develop. But I don’t look at that as my job. My job is to go win football games for this football team.” Flacco added that, because he is learning a new offense, Lock would have more to gain from the offensive coordinator.
The family of Nicholas Immesberger filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Florida court yesterday against Tiger Woods, his girlfriend Erica, and Woods’s restaurant The Woods Jupiter, where Herman is a manager, alleging that the staff overserved Nicholas the night he died in a car crash in December. Nicholas was an employee at The Woods, and on the evening of December 10 he ended his shift at 3 p.m., then left the restaurant three hours later. He lost control of his car and crashed it into a utility trailer. He had a blood-alcohol level of .256 at the time of his death, and his family said his coworkers knew he had a severe drinking problem. The suit claims employees of The Woods knew Nicholas had crashed a different car leaving work one month before his death, and that they were also aware he had attended AA meetings. Lawyers for the family are now saying that they have evidence showing that The Woods management destroyed three hours’ worth of video from servers at the restaurant. The footage allegedly shows Nicholas drinking at the bar before leaving work. They say that obviously it shows that somebody knew something had gone wrong and they wanted to get rid of that evidence. The legal team says they have evidence to show that that videotape, showing Nick at the bar that night after he got off at 3 p.m., drinking for three hours at the bar, was destroyed shortly after the crash had occurred.”